R. Kelly releases new album from prison; gets pulled from streaming services

The album was released on Spotify and Apple Music
R. Kelly releases new album from prison; gets pulled from streaming services
R. Kelly (Photo Credit: Splash News)

On Dec. 9, an album under R. Kelly’s name titled I Admit It was released on streaming services.

The 13-song album features tracks that are titled “Freaky Sensation,” “I Found Love,” and “Good Ole Days.” The last three tracks are a part of a sequel titled “I Admit It,” where Kelly speaks about his past regarding sex crimes and human trafficking.


In the three-part song, Kelly sings, “I done f—– with a couple of fans” and also claims that he slept with his girlfriend’s friend. Despite airing out all his wrongs, Kelly says in the song, “How they gone say I don’t respect these women when all I’ve done is represent.”

Kelly also blames the parents of one of his victims in the song, saying “Her father dropped her off at my show. And told this boy to put her on stage. I admit she was overage.”


Hours after the album was released, Sony Music said that the album appeared to be a bootleg version. The album was then pulled from Spotify and Apple Music.

Billboard then reported that the album was uploaded by Ingrooves, which is a distributor owned by Universal Music Group with no ties to Sony Music.

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